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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1900.
ANOTHER MAN IDENTIFIED.
When fntiflablo N'oniy wrnt tn N'lllt"
vcMVeiliiPHclity nlRht, lo nt-iest Samuel
Dllott, n Dolawiiic ntid Hudson trnek
nulli, ni'cii"cil nf h.-ivliur fuablir-d I'd
wnrcl llciht-rt, II wiih m rnco nsalna
death. Ilc-rbort lny nt the hospital In
nlmost n tlyliiR rondltlon and. the ob
ject was tn pet tho pilfoner hero and
linvp lilm Identified bofoiv the patient
brrntlipd his hint, otherwise the cilnil
nnl niltrht forever ro uiipiiiiIhIiimI. The
constable not hl.s man without illfll
rultv and when he was taken to Her
bert's room the nntlent mild at nneo:
"There Is the man thnt stabbed mo."
He was not cxprctlnR anyone and
thorpfore his notion Is it-KHrded as hav
ing eonnlcleiiihle welpht. Herbert has
been delirious at Intervals for the past
two days, and to tnnlce It doubly sure
Bllott was taken before him again yes
terday, during his lucid periods, nnd
he positively Identified the mini. A
knife has been found In rtllott's room,
BhowlofT evidences of having been re
cently washed. It Is just such an In
Btruinent as would nuiUc the wound
which Is causing Herbert's death. Last
night the patient wns stilt allvo and
tho way 'he hangs to life Is marvel
ous. Ho seemed to be sinking slowly
nnd the doctors think he must soon
succumb despite his Iron constitution.
IT IS NOW BAPTIST UNION.
The proposal to change Its name
from tho Young People's Poclety or
Christian Kndc'ivnr to the Haptl.st
Young People's union, which hns been
under advisement for some time, re
ceived nn afnrnmtlve oto nt the an
nual meeting or the organization and
tho following ofllcers wore elcct'-il:
President, Fred Ilauensteln: vice
president, Fiecinan A, Tollman: re
cording secretary, Miss Alice Smith:
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Chaiin
cey Hunter: treasury, Albert Kstn
biook: pianist, Miss Or.i l.onrnls. Ucv.
Philip F. Potzong. of Wuverly, was
present at the meeting and delivered a
BRANCH EOAD FOR COAL.
"Delaware and Hudson survevois are
running lines for a track for the con
veyance of coal from the Sou'h Side
mines to Coalbrook bienkor, wheie it
will be prepared for market. The ob
ject Is to relievo the congestion of the
main road between the breaker and th-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Teller.!. P. II. Itnynor, or the Miner'
nnd Mechanics' Savings bank.. Is spend
ing h few days with relatives 'in Union
dale. H. T. Pehre, nf Hie Xews, is enter
taining his partner, P. W. Hartwell, of
Miss Emma Cordon, nf limoklyn
Btreet, is critically ill with typhoid
Mrs. Daniel Nelson Is sufferl'itr with
Mrs. Mary t'rane, Miss Crane and
their Washington guests aie visiting at
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wilcox left yes
terday for Plttsbrug, where they will
loslde In the future. Mr. Wilcox lived
on Canaan street until recently, when
his home was destioyeit by (Ire. Ill's
Kon-ln-lnw, Richard Friend, formerly a
blacksmith at Mayileld, is now In Pitts
burg, and Mr. Wilcox expects to join
him there In some enterprise. Those
who know Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox will
regret to learn of their removal from
Through the generosity of ex-Mayor
llendrlck, the Ladles' Aid society nf the
Baptist church will hold their second
annual erysanthemum exhibition and
sale. This exhibition will be one of
the events of the season. The date will
be announced in a few days.
Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin, of For
est City, who was opet.ited on yester
day nt Dr. Wheeler's hospital, Is get
ting along nicely.
Miss Nellie f'onboy, daughter of Mr.
nud Mrs. Patrick Conboy, died at her
homo yesterday morning, after a long
Illness, due to a cold contracted last
winter. The deceased was 2,"i yeurs
old, nnd up to tho time of her Illness
wns employed in Gage & Clements'
store Her many friends hero and In
Scranton, where Mie was well known,
will be pained to learn of her death.
Tho f uncial arrangements have not
yet been completed.
James Reed Injured.
Mr. James Heed struck his leg
against a cake of Ico In such a manner
as to bruise It .severely. It became
very much swollen and pained him so
badly that ho could not walk without
tho old of crutches. He wan tieatod
'by physicians, als.o used several kinds
of liniment and two and a half gallons
jf whisky In bathing it, but nothing
pave any relief: until ho began using
Cliainberlnlu's Pain Balm, This
brought nlmost a complete cure in n
week's tlmo and ho believes that had
)ie not used this remedy his leg would
have had to be nmpuiuted. Mr. Reed
Is one of the leading merchants of Clay
Court House, W. Vn. Pain Halm is
unenualed for sprains, bruises and
WieumatUm, For sale by all druggists.
Matthew tiios,, wholesale and retail
Wednepday evening tho school board
(net in regular session with all mem
bers prencnt except Noalon, Walsh and
Kelly. A resolution was passed mak
ing void a formpr resolution which
rave the tux collector tho power to
rxonornto all widows whoso property
fxce'ided $150 In valuation, All per
jons now desiring to beromo exempt
from taxation nre required to make a
llrect application to the board. A
large number of bills were passed, as
Jollows; William Hayes, $R m. J,
Rarrett, fuel, $I.V P, F, Langan, J.Vf.O:
l.nlly Rios,, $W.20; Chrlstophar Rollers
:onipany, JS.os; Warner School Hook
Mimpany, I2J.06; D, Appleton & Co.,
(5j American Rook company, $!I.2S;
Outler, Sheldon & f'o., $73.12; s. j,
WHEN IN DOUBT, TRY
.t..5t Vl20r tO the Whole belnt'. All drains finil !. k..
swe properly cured, their condition often worries themiutolotaoiiy
.N Alalled sealed. Price it i,hn A lut,, u.i.1. i...i.j i ,
l money, Ij.oo. Send lor free book. Addict,. PI-1L Mt?niniMB r,
For Sals by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, ccr. Wyoming f-ytntif and
Wans, jr...-r.! lloynolds Bros. $.101,371
Mi U. Drown & Co., $d.l!0! P. .1. t'eeney,
J.'.TOi Henry llonn, $il! Olyphant Cla
zettc. ?2J: J. H, Hmlth, $lii:.! Olyphant
Wnler company, $"": William Hognn,
$I3.7S; Heorgo 11. Hollcran, $lor.. The
eoiitiuet for supplying fuel to the vari
ous mcIiooIh was awarded to .lohn
DompKpy, ho being the only bidder. In
his monthly repoit Professor (htm
tilings showed that the total enroll
nu'nl for tho month or September wns
SIj, while the average nttendance vviii
ill, this being tin Inciease ol uver 100
over the corivspon.llng month of lost
Mr. nnd Mis. !'. V, .Simpson nnd
daughter, All in llhea .Simpson, of
lllnltol)', attended the Plmpflon-follc-ensou
wedding nt Scranton, AVodnes
MIjs Margaret Carbine, who has been
ipeiidlng tho summer nt her home hoi e,
has returned tn New Yi rk.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Olltton, of
Illnck HIIN, South Dul ota, are the
gitestH or Mr. nnd Mr. William Allison,
of the Wert Side.
Mr. and Mrs, D. A. ICIklns loft yes
terday for Jerinyn, where they will re
side. The many friends or Mrs. T. ,T, Jor
dan, or Dunmore, vioio pained to hear
or her ilpath on Wednesday last.
Exciting Runaway on Main Street.
B. Y. P. U. Will Hold Session.
Other News Notes,
n exciting runnway occurred yes
lot day in the vicinity of North Tay
lor. Frank Powell, of .Main street, wits
driving n young, ory spirited horse,
owned by bis father, and while passing
o moving sticet car near the Dela
ware, Lockawanna and Western cross
ing, the horse tools fright and backed
partly down the embankment. The
vehicle toppled over, th' owing the oc
cupant to tho ground. Mr. Powell,
who Is .t horseman of some skill, held
tight to the leln-i until the hor.ie
started to inn, when the driver mv.s
compelled to let go. Tho animal con
tinued bis wild gait until near Dr.
Olnislead's. whole ho was finally cap
t'lied. Th" damage was slight.
A delightful meeting is promised this
afternoon by the members of the Map
tlit Young People's union of the Welsh
Ttuptlst church. L.irgj delegations are
e peel oil fiom other towns. The occa
sion of tile meeting will be the pres
entation of a banner to the Taylor
union, which they won by s-Mling the
largest number of tickets for ihe out
ing of that organization to Harvey's
Inke last August.
The following ofllcers wore nominat
ed at a recent meeting of the Lacka
wanna lodge. No. 11:5. American Prot
estnnt association Worthy master,
Jo-soph Hnwells; worthy deputy mns
ter, William J. Richard;-: assistant
secretary, Samuel C Kvans: trustee
for eighteen months, Thomas R. Jones.
Much Interest Is being manil'csttd in
the coming quoit match to lie hold at
Hotel Ridgeway's, on Saturday, Oct.
2f, between William Powell and David
Ucvan, for ?r a side. Roth arc expert
quoittnen and a t;ood contest can bo
looked for. A handicap match will fol
low. Messrs. iiomer Jones. W. M. Bell and
Tallle OrlfTiths ha'.o been diawn lo
serve on the travel so jury for Novem
ber term of court.
Washington camp, No. -102. Patriotic
Order of America, will meet in Red
Men s hall this evening.
Rev. J. '. lOrans was the guest of
friends in Hyde Pari; yesterday.
Mrs. lohn Steele, of Slorci street,
U visiting her sister, Mrs. Davis-, of
"Mrs. W. M. I '.ll lias returned homo
fiom a few days' visit with relatives
Invincible cnmnvindcry. No. i:a.
Knights of Maltn, will meet in legular
session this evening.
Mrs. John R. Price and daughter,
Miss Sarah, are ep"cted tomorrow
from their trip to Wales.
Messrs. Oenrgo Rltter and John Frnl
loy left yesterday for Rloomsliurg,
wheie thpv will attend the fair at that
The condition of MIs.s Lizzie Hodges,
at the Moses Taylor hospital, Is much
Among our distinguished visitors
were Mr. and Mrs, Lee, of Wilkes
liiirre, who visited this place In an
Mr. Thomas TCvans, of Pitlsion, call
ed on fi lends In tills town yetterday.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Will Snyder, a teamster at Freas'
grist mill, wns painfully Injured yes
terday afternoon, In emptying a bag
of bran ho ralped his hands over his
head, and one of them was. caught in a
cog wheel. He fortunately wns uble
to extricate his hand, but not before
ono of his fingers was cut off at the
second Joint and another badly broken.
Rolh bones of his arm just above the
wrlt was also fractured. He was tak
en to his homo where In was attended
by Drs. S. D. Davis nnd M. J. Shields.
Mr. Joseph Jay, of Cnrbondale, and
Mrs. Mary A. Thomas, of White Mills,
Wnyno county, were yesterday tho
gmsts of Mis. Mlnnlo Harris, of Main
Mrs. John McLaughlin, of Forest
City, was yesterday tho guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Soby, of Second
.Airs. Ann Mellow, of Third street,
yesterday visited her son, William, nt
the hospital at Carbnndnle, I(Ih many
friends will bo pleased to hear ho Is
A little son arrived yesterday at tho
homo of .Air, nnd Mrs. Yates Taylor,
J, V. Per.slilmer la havlns pipes
liibl for the oonductlne of borotish
wnler Into hlf residence,
llev. A, V. l.'ooppr, iiustnr of tho
Alethodlst (duirch, wns summoned to
Utlrv, on 'ruppilny, on arcount of tho
dentil of his fnthor.
Pr. Jlllt's nnd fnmllv expert to leave
on Satnrdny Tor WashltiBton, D. C'
'vliore they will malto their home,
''hnrls V,', Purdy hns b?en appolt.t
ed tux collector tu nil llm uncxnliod
teim of Mr, Terwillljoi, who tv-tlnuil
Theylnave stood the test efyear.
and hive cured ihauiamls ol
caj of Nervous Oiieases, sucb
as Dcbllllv. Dllzinen. Slenlcc
F nets and Varicocele.Atrophy.fi.c,
., s-icjr iug uraui, ktrengines
the circulation, make digcstlog
ptrfect, and impart a health
inrnity. u arcs? patients
, Consumption or Death
V fVlauAlBH.1 A
It Cures the
Dr. Jnincs' Cherry Tar
Syrup is a snfb, veli-
cure for cough or
PlciiPiint to inke
soothing sind healing
in its influences.
Does not change, no
matter how long it
Last doso is always of
exactly the sanio
strength as tho first.
At Drug Stores.
25 Cents u Bottlu.
recently on account of his removal to
Mrs. S. K Finn entertained on AVed
no.nlay, Miss Slmrell, of Factory vl!ln.
The Sacred Literature class of tho
Duptht church will meet In the church
this evening nt 8 o'clock.
Jnnips Dickson entertained at bis
country home here on Sunday last,
Judge Archbnld, of Scranton.
The prolonged drought has caused
many wells to go dry about here, and
families are compelled lo carry water
A cur load of lumber arrived on
Wednesday, for eX-Sherifi" Crlppen, to
be used In tho building of an addition
to one of his barns.
The improvements lieiiny made to
the Interior of the Methodist church
aie inpldly nenrlng completion. Wil
liam Von Storch hns been supei In
tending the work.
A number of the Mount Jessup foal
company's employes nnd members of
the Progiessive Kuchre club tendered
Mr. and .Airs. D. AA". Hickey a pleasant
surpiise at their home, Tuesday even
ing. The evening was one of enjoy
ment to all pieFent. Mr. and Mrs.
Hickey leae this week for Aladdin,
Wyoming, where Mr. Hickey has uc
cepted the superintendence' of the ex
tensive coal works of Mr. M. S. Kem
merer. Mr. and Mrs. Hickey have
made many friends in their short so
journ at Peekville and their many
friends regret their departure, but wlh
them success In their new home. Those
present from out of town were Mr. and
Mrs. Chillies P. Ford, Miss Helen Fold,
Miss Myitis Peck. Mr. George Holleran,
Mr. Jerry Scholes, of Mnrshwood; Miss
Kittle Olbbons, of Scranton, nnd Miss
Grover, of Kingston.
Airs. Sarah Stephens, sister of Mr. AA".
AY. Peck and J. D. Peek, both of Main
street, died yesterday at her home In
Mr. D. AY. Hickey was a business
visitor at Mnuch Chunk yesterday.
Mr. Henry Purdy is beautifying his
North Main street residence with a new
coat of paint.
Mr. AVilllam Page continues very ill.
The Peekville conclave, No. 3GS, Im
proved Order of Heptasophs, will meet
this evening in regular session.
The AVomen's Christian Temperance
union will hold a union service, or open
meeting, in the Methodist Episcopal
chut eh next Sabbath evening. A most
instructive and entertaining pto
gramme has been propaied, consist
ing of addresses by tho resident pas
tors, original papers by Miss Carrie A.
Kenyon and Miss Oriana Williams,
membeis of the union; music by tho
united choirs, nnd solos by W. AV. AVit
klns and Miss Florence Robertson, of
Scranton, with Prof. Southworth as ac
companist. Come and show your in
terest In tho cause of temperance, as
represented by your local organization.
THE QUEST QUITE HOPELESS.
Young: Heporter Encounters n Non
An Interesting story Is told apropos
of a reporter's zeal to obtain news
from tho Chinese legation in Wash
ington, P. C, regardhifr affairs In
Pel'bi, relates the Chicago News. He
was an enterprising young fellow sent
by his editor to take the place of
the regular Washington correspondent,
who was awnv on his vacation, and he
hnd spent the whole morning In the
vicinity of the legation endeavoring to
pick up something, not knowing that
the most direct wny would have been
to sec Minister Wu nlmself, who Is
invariably hind about granting Interview.-!.
He was about to abandon his
project when an Intelligent-looking
nnd woli-dresspii Chinaman citmn
down the steps of the legation nnd
responded so pleasantly to his greet
ings that he bombarded lilm with a
whole list of questions, to which the
polite Celestial repeatedly answered:
"Pun know, dun 1-now." Finally,
ciulto desperate at his Inability to
make something out of what ho looked
upon as a rare edianee, a walk with
ono of the legation's secretaries, ho
"Well, surely you know something
of the aownger empress; what do you
think of her?"
"Mo no thlnkee," responded the
Chlnnmnn, "me wnshee," and with this
parting announcement ho disappeared
into a laundry nearby, of which he
turned out to be the proprietor.
At 1'llUbuig- It, H. :.
Chicago 000 0 OUl 00-1 5 -
I'ltUburtr 00 1 00 1 00 J u I
Batteries Oan In and Donohuej Waddoll and
Khnnier. Uinpiir O'Day,
At Philadelphia It, if. y
llo.slon 1)0 0 0 1 ;t,T 0-.il 11
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 I I 0 - t l(j u
ll.ittcrjeiv Willis nnd Sullivan Conn and Doug,
lats. Ciuplif lluist.
At lliookl-n- II. II, K.
,N'cvv- Yolk 0 7 0 110 0 0 07 u I
Urookl.vil 2 0 II 0 2 0 U D- 1 tu .1
mtlerle- llavvhy and lluvvcriiiau; Donovan
and btrilinjii. I'mpiie b'njdir.
Local Foot Ball.
o. .it Kihool team would like tu play the
Olive Street Stars fcuim.' time next vvceki llight
half luck, II. llrnMin; left half back, I). Camp
bell! full luck, G. Itlclurds; quaiter back, W.
ticlilruptT; renter, J. Pjvlnej light tackle, II.
Clark; left tackle, 0, lMgar; right guard, W.
Allen; left guard, W, Canfield; right end, fc.
Puffy; left cud, t). Roberta; captain, a. lilc.li
ards; manager, II. Denson
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
SATUnDAY.-Aftotnonii ami night, "tUttd
Academy of MubIc.
AM. UT.I'.K. Daniel It. Ily.ui anil Company.
Hlt.Hr Tllltl'.K DAYS.-Ualnty l'ati-d Mur
Irsqui'K, LAST Tllltl'.K DAYS.-AI, ltecus' roninan.
"A Lady of Quality."
A diain.itlMtlon ct 1'iam.U !Ioitson llmtii'tlN
atory, "A Lady nf ijnallty," imh picccMed lie
fori! a largo uitillclire l:nt nlsU nt the Lyceum
by n company Inuilcil by '"M Ku;enl.t llliili,
who iippcurcil ,11 the "Lilly," Ml lll.ilr K.ne
n lino ripri'-ctitallwi of t lie lole showing gifattr
flnNli than upon her former npponiiini ? in till
clly In the phiy. She appeal to the LcjI
oiluilo,'e In the hlrr iuti of the drama,
Tin nt,ir hail the -support nt a good rompiiiy.
James Cm rw ju hi. .lohn (Hon ilhl prctnlly
Al. Reeves nt the Gaiety.
Al. Iteevo unil hl lilg tiurleiiue lotupany
pl.ijul tn ilillnlitcil hnue vo.len!av afternoon
ami ertilnir .it the tlalety and fully miitalneil
the lepulatlon thli (iiicrllc troupe lui acquired
In Scranton In seasoni pjt. The leaillmr feature
of Ihe opening akettli uni the piano plajimc of
Mr. Joe Lindner, who nac tome icmarlMiMo Imi
tations upon the Imtrumrnt, The olio va head
ed liy Pantile Thatther anil Mlw Cntiellc, in
popular home, which weir well revelled. Inez
tleimker, the famous cantatrUe, yjiu; hettir than
eur anil wan enthusiastically encored upon each
appearance. Al. IteeuM amused tho audience
uith his luujo nnd npnntaiienus ultlleUins. and
Mr. and Mr. Hamilton, Mile. Ilelmoie, the er
pentlne dancer, itaie merlloilous aits. The per
fnriiiaiKe ends with n burlesque by Wiley Hamil
ton, which Is one of Ihe funniest upon the load.
The Al. Ileeica company will icni.iln at tho
flalely the balame of the week, pMnR perforni
anees ihy and pirnlntr.
"Daiy Crockett" will be seen hue piailiully
the same as It lias been piesented In all the
larKC cities of the country. Scenery Is curled
for a complete pioductlon. l),ny will mend
the saddle us iMial, and Lleanor Vaurthu wilt
lite Ids heart in her rendition of "Loiklniar."
ll.iliy Crockett will miss the sipiliret's eye, but
will intioduec a number of specialties to make
up for that.
The wohes and the snow scene and the pie
tuiesque log tahhi will be In eildence. Big
Dan, tho hunters, (he pawon, the dame and alt
the lest nf the good pioplc will ho on hand In
carry out tho ever Interesting1 plot. "Davy
Ciockelt" pln.is hero at Ihe L.iccmn thejter Sal
uiil.iv alternoon and evening.
"A Midsummer Night's Dream."
The exquisite melody with which Mendelssohn
translated the immortal bhakespeaie's "A Mld
fsummer .Vlght'H Dumim" into liuisic, wblih is
tn be gien with the ih.iina at the Lyceum thea
ter net Monday night by the Louis .lames and
K.ithr.wi Kidder combination, piomlses to be a
tieat of the most delightful character to all
music liner". With the beautiful stage pictures
tn illustrate its grandeur it will be doubly deli
cious. Louis .Limes and K:illir n Kiddei head Ihe com
pany which will he seen in this, the gieatest
Slulic.-pc.ire. in revivals in recent years. It would
bo difficult tu imagine a dalutiei, sweeter, moie
womanly Helena than that of Mies Kidder, and
i iiniin,,, Is irsilm,u- fmiJ ,n.i
i Hniiom is irresistibly runny and
.Mr. .Limes as
a ,, . . a
gives a tine bit of cilsp legitimate comedy.
New York Girl Company.
Howard & Umeis, nV "Sew York t.ul com
pany," which (.nines to Manager bong's ever
popular Oaiety. first three da.vs of uet week,
is lepoited lo be 0:10 of the best burlesque at
tractions now on the load. Howard & t'.liiorson,
who aie dlicctlng Ihe tour of thi organization,
ale well known by the theater-loving public',
and tficy have always given m the1 Irat vnude
ille talent obtaln.Mile.
Aiming the many Miens features with this at
traction are: Howard and I'mercou, Livingston
family of aciob.its, Williams and Adams, Mis
Jo-ephine ll.uvey, Kelly and Davis, Miss Kitty
Xelsnn, Flsl ee and C'ljik. Miss billy Tuiha,
Annie Davis, liessio llailell, Dele Kessncr, Poia
I'.nkcv, Anm Wcsteiflold, Tillle Molltor, Chai-lolli-
Speio, Dobbi" Cl.nk, Margueilto May, Ida
fiiillen. Iles,-ie C'oid.ni nnd Annie ConN. The
builetta in tine; Mcnes, is by Joseph E. Howard,
osi).. who will personally superintend the pro
ditilion. thoieby ii.siirlng the sutcesi of one
hundred laughs to the minute.
DON'T CKOWD THE PUPILS.
Some Excellent Atllvce for
Teachers and Parents.
1'ioui the Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune.
Every child In normal conditions of
physical and mental activity loves to
acquire knowledge. He thirsts for It,
and not a moment ot his wakeful
hours is there not given to its pursuit
In some way or another. The child
wants, however, to arciuire it euslly
and not by force In any form. Some
children desire one kind of knowledge,
others another kind. One boy will,
for 'instance, delight in obso-ving a
carpenter or a blaoksinlth at work,
and wants to know the why and the
wherefore of the mechanic's every
move; another loves to linger around
a store watching the merchant or his
assistants dispensing goods to custom
ers and receiving pay therefore; an
other likes the fields, watches tho
husbandman turning up the soil with
the plowshare or casting the seed Into
the ground, or again reaping the abun
dant harvest; still another loves
bnoko, and ns soon as he can read
finds his most cherished companion in
their perusal and study.
Happy Is that teacher. Invaluable,
Indeed, Is he, gifted with power to
discern the various tastes and
peculiarities of his little subjects, and
thus enabled to lead them on to
knowledge on the lines they like best.
But right here some one will, we know,
object, that the teacher, to curry out
this principle, must make as many
classes as there ure Individuals In tho
school, We answer that tho success
ful teacher Is he only who Imparts
Instruction to each Individual pupil
In accordance with that pupil's tastes
and capacity, To do so he need not
make of each pupil a distinct class,
but, however he divides his scholars
for convenience of instruction or dis
cipline, he must constantly keep In
mind the characteristics, tendencies
nud capabilities of each pupil, The
efllclent and well-trained teacher llnds
no dllllculty In so doing. The olhor
kind of teucher, unfortunately very
numerous, ever In n state of confusion
himself, Ucepii his school in a similar
If teachers were all duly (nullified
by temperament, education nnd train
ing for their Important work, the
rcliool would soon be everywhere a
piece of attraction for moat of th?
young, Kverythlng docs not, however,
depend on the teachar, A great deal
depends on parents, Children without
good home training, or with home
training removed but little from bar
hat Ism, are a great hindrance to Un
wind; of teachers. Such children not
only do not learn themselves, but pre
vent others from so doing, and their
patents are often unreasonable enough
to blame the teachers because, out
of such unpromising material, they do
not muku prollclont student;. Kvery 1
pnteut, every cmon. every commun
ity should bo helpful to the teacher.
His work Is at be.st dlfllcult. nut,
even If dlfllcult, It can bo made pleas
ant when rrowned with success, The
road to success la half way traveled
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tils Hetlitlt n Vlt Vh
Ilnvc Houses to Rent, Kenl ltttta or Otltor Property tu
Sell or KxetimiRd, or Who Want Situations or Help Then
Small Advertisements Co.it One Cent it Word, Six Imertloiu for
rive Cents u Word Except Slttiittloitt Wuutc.l, Wttlch Ai-j In
FOIt ' HLNT 403 LACKAH'ANN'A AVLSUU,
four lloorsl clevttorj best ttort mil loca
tion In Rcranton.
baigain, 207 Lackawanna ifiemu.
1011 HALK-IHY SM1UM: fllXDlXd (DKN'XV)
foaled Ll'Mj 111 hands hlb; Kentuu'iy bred;
goes nil .iddlc gaits: trctt close tu .1 luli.utes;
pcifeitly sound and kind. Apply Oll.vr llnrke,
Suquehann.i lloue, ,. Main street, l'lltslon,
l'ltTvAn: SALU-lixTTlIrr t dxTHXTS HOI sT;
No, i! Piatt place. Carpetc, furniture, lace
curtains, shades, pictures, etc.! great bjigulns.
VAXTi:i)-i:t'llll' Oil TKX TIIOIJSAM) 1)01
bus for it trim of three, file or ten Jens at
4 per nut. Intireir pajab'o uviry thiee m six
mouths to suit. A rare ihance for those luvliit;
liust funds tu caie lor, or money In bunks, tlllt
edged real estate security. Safer than any bank.
Address II., care of V. '. Lntluop, 1J.I Wash
ington avenue, Herat Inn.
must be in good ordtr; state particulars ai
to make and price. Address, L. II., general de
livery, Scranton, Pa.
B.'!2 Madison avenue.
VAsriD--i onT I'tmNisHKi) hoomh. kor
light housekeeping; centrally located. Ad
dres.s, .1. W., Williams building, City.
MAIHXB COnPS UXlTLD STATLS NAVY HK
crulta wanted Able-bodied mn; service on
our warships In all parts ot tho world nnd on
land in the Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel B. It. llusscll, N. W. Corner Uck
awann.i and Wyoming avenues, Scranton.
noticr to owners or pRornirrv on
Sevenlli street between West Lackawanna
avenue and Scranton street. The following is a
copy of a lesoiullon ot Clly Councils of the
City of Scranton, Fcniia., approved Sept. II,
Itesolvcd, By the Common Council of Ihe City
of Scranton, Ihe elect Council eoiieuiiing, that
Seventh sticet from West Lvckawanna uveuue tu
Scranton street, be paved, .ind the cost thereof
be assessed .igairst the abutting propel ties ac
cording to the foot front rule. Providing that
three-fourths of nil Ihe members elected to each
blanch of the Council:, shall vote in favor there
of. On tb. passage of this lesolutton by the
said thtcc'fourth vote and ibi approval by the
Mayor, the City Clerk sliill publish a copy there,
of, for a period of ten days, In two newspapers
i.i'bllshed in the City of Scranton, stating that
unless a m.iioiltv of the owners of tironertv
abutting on said Seventh street between the
Point above named, (.hall signify lo councils
,.,i,i,. .in.i., .,., .u. ",..:. n, ,ii .,
' 1ltllts lllllljll n Ml UaV 4IVIU CIIC MSI I I J 1
,i.e nD,ov,i of ,iis resobittnn. tl.elr nrefeieuCD
ot tho matjnal ilcsaed for such pavement,
Councils will proceed to nnss an ordinance ell
reding the paving of said load or street, between
the points above Jnamed, with nuch material us
they see fit.
Approved by Select Council, Sept. 20, 1000.
CHAS. I. WAON'KR, President.
Approved by Common Council, Aug. 23, 1000.
WM. V. GRirriTHS, 1'iesldent.
.'ppioved Sept. 27, 1SO0.
JAMES MOIR, Major.
I'ubli-hrd in pursuance of provisions of the
fcicgoing resolution. M. T. LAVELI.U,
Scranton, l'a., Oct. 4, 1900. City Clcik.
by that teacher who acts on the
motto: "Don't crowd the pupils."
NEVER LOST A BATTLE.
Such Is the "Record of England's
New Field Marshal.
Frnn the Chicago Tirncsj-IIeialil.
T.ord ftoberts, who has never lost a
battle, commenced his military ser
vices as a lieutenant of a mountain
battery of native artillerymen at Pesh
awar, India, and for eight years dis
tinguished himself in this service. Ten
years afterward he was attached to
the staff of the quartermaster's de
partment, thus learning the necessary
lesson of the movement of troops and
the equipment of the same. About
seven years after this he returned to
the artillery, but within a compara
tively short time he became quarter
master general of the army in India.
Consequently he had the training he
most needed for the movement of his
troops over the vnst regions of South
In 1878 he was placed In command of
the whole army In Eastern Afghanis
tan. He won the adoration of his men
and the entire esteem and confidence
of his officers. Later he repeated and
added to this tiuccess hh commander
In chief of the nrmy in all India. His
assignment to South Africa was a
significant notice to the world that
Britain meant once nnd for all to
crush out the aspirations of the Dutch
republics for separate and independent
Lord Roberts Is a remarkable per
sonality. In the first place, lie Is, like
the eieat Wellington, of Irish parent
age, though born In India the son of
General Sir Abraham Roberts and
never falls to awaken the enthusiasm
of the sons of Erin. He never knows
when ho Is defeated. An example of
this was when he achieved victory In
the Kuram Valley of India, after his
ofllcers had taken It for granted thnt
the tight was over and lost.
His exploit at Kandahar was nnd Is
one of the brightest pages In the his
tory of Urltish chivalry. He led n re-
lief force of 8,000 picked men lo Mn
teller of that city, nnd achieved suc
cess in the face of nlmost Insurmount
able dllllcultles. He also assisted not
ably In tho relief of Lueknnw. tho on-
eratlons of Cawnpore, the defeat of
the Gwallor contingent and the final
capture of Lucknow. For these and
other oxpolts in India he, was given
the thanks of parliament, and of the
viceroy und government of Jndin In
council, and was created u K, 0. H
f!. C H and a baronet.
He never- forgets a face, and manv
are tho young lieutenants who have
pleasant reason to remember this trait
of the great soldier, He has always
taken tho best possible rare of his men,
He would not consent to be comfort
able while they lacked the necessaries,
If It were possible to procure them. At
the queen's jubilee "Uobs" received an
ovation hardly second In fervor to that
given the queen. The peoplo knew and
loved him us they loved no other mil.
cer of the army,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
U been itocil for over KlI'l'V YIHU8 by
MILLIONS of MUHICKS for their ClIILDltl'.V
WIIIIX TI'.UTIIIXO. Willi I'l'liFKOT St'CCISS.
II bOOTIIr'S Ihe CHILD. .SOITHNS the OHMS.
ALMYH all I'AINi CUM'S WIND COLIC, and
it ihe hot iiinedy for DIARItllOJ'A. Sold by
IlruggUt in evciy part of the vvoild. lie mn
and avk for "Mm. Window's Soothing Sjiup,"
and take no other kind. Twenty -flvo cenla a
U'AXTIMI-TI'A' MUX I'Ott SCIIASTOV AM)
Vicinity I tan make from two tn live uollais
a day; big iuon.v and quick irtiirii. Call be
tween !! and .1 p. in, C. 1). Swill, 512 Council
Avn:i-Av i'ii:im:(.'i:i) yoi'lmi max ix
liuise fiinlslilngs and ihlnivvate as lieul nt
Atock and saiesinii,, M'P'y lo supeiiuteudent,
lonas Lung's Sins.
DrtLssjiAtusn ron cmt.tittKN to ouoKtii
also ladies' vvaliti. Loulie Shoemaker, -12
Ailamt tovnue, ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
unco. L'uny, (,'onuell building.
AXY AMOUNT 01' MONKV TO t.OAX. OtJllJi;,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
fiom 4 to C per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
31t-U1S Connell building.
bmTlbx WANTLD-UV yoiTn'Tai)Vas
olf.ee asi'tunt, uudeistands lytievvritlnj,
steiiugruphy and bookkeeping. Wants pudtiou
with smile Icll.ibl1.' pally where liutiesiy and
capability are upii'celatcd. Moilciate salary. No
ugi lilies. Addiess "K"!peii"nccdl" cnte of this
an ilvtio.v WAXTi:i)-itu.si'i:tTAULi: woman
wants I'Oslton fur rare (if ihildren or any
woik; sleep home. A. II., Til tune oflke.
WANT'IU) WAH1IIXH AND HtOXIXO TO DO AT
home. Cull or address 41S N. Klghtli street.
SITUATION WAXTKD-11Y A OIUL TO DO (IKX
rial housevvoik in suull family, l'lcase tall
at .Vit Itelicccu avenue. Can glvo good refer
eiices. coi.onno man waxts situation of any
kind, stenographer, typewriter; leferemes,
experience. C. ,1. White, 5Jt Lackawanna live.
SITUATIO.V WANTKD-i:XPEItlKNCi:i) 110OK.
keeper desires a pciniaiicut position; al
oiy can be easily bllpulated. Address T. S.,
WAVIED-A POSITION' UY T ltElTXED,
educated young lady as companion or mtiso
for elderly lady or could care for child. 1'iral
class leference's. Address llox H, North Me
YOUN-G MAX WANTS SITUATION OF ANY
kind, gtenORiaphcr and typewriter. Refer
ence and experience. C. J. White, 0.13 Lacka
SITUATION WANTnD POSITION KEQI'tRlNC
some outside hustling by an experienced
bookkeeper; itleienc-. Addiess II., Tribune of
fice. A MlDDLr. A1KO WIDOW LADY WOULD LIKE
to luu n situation us a lady's nurse or as
l'ousekceper in a iall family; can give refer
ence's if needed. Addiess Maiy Jones, Tribune
a. a unir.ns ci,i:.xs pihvy vaults and
cess pooh: no odor. Improved pump ued.
A. P. URICGS. Propilctur. Lcavo orders 1100
North Main avenue, or llicke'a drug store, cor
ner AcljiiH und Mulberry. Telephone! 0310.
Certified Public Accountant.
HOWARD O SPAULDINQ, C. P. A., 23 TRAD-
era' Bunk buildimr.
LDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, COXXI'l.L
building:, i ranton.
FRI'.Dr.RlCK Ii. ItROlVN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
bulliiins:, 120 Washingtuu avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages,
IlUUHl'K Tllti:i CAUS AND CAHltlAUESl BE5.T
of scr.it e. Prompt attention given orders, by
'uhone. 'Phones 2072 and 5)32. Joseph Kellei,
DR. C. L". EILENUEUGEIt, l'AUM IJUH.DINfc,
hpruce street, fccranion.
DR. I. O. LYMAX, bCUANTON' PRIVATE HOS
pital, corner WjomiiiB and llulbeiiy.
DR. C. V. bMJHACII, 115 AVYOMI.VU AVENUE.
I)Tt. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE El.lv OAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
line. Rates icasnnahlo.
P. ZEIOLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D I,. & W. PAS
Bcnger depot. Conclude il on the European plan,
VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
J. W. BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-.il
'law. Rooms 312-313 Mears building.
D. B. REPLOGLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS NEGO.
tlated on leal estate secuiily. Meais building,
coiner Wa-dilngloii avenu- and Spruce streei.
WILLARD. WARREN & KN'APP, ATTORNEYS
und counsellon-ai-lavv. Republican building,
JI'SUP i JEUP. ATTORNEYS AND COUN-
sellors-at-law. Commonwealth building, Rooms
IS), 20 and 21.
.UMK-1 W. OAKFOI1D, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Rooms 514, 015 and 51(1 Hoard ot Ti.idu bullet.
EDWARD W. Til AVER. ATTORNEY.
Mil-901, Otli floor, Mrars building.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORXEY-AT.LAW, BOAItt)
of Tiadc building, .Scranton, Pj.
O. It. PITCHER. ArrORNEY-ATI.AW, HOARD
of Trade building, r-cruiiloii, P.i.
PATTERSON" & WILCOX, TRADi:Tl.V NATIOVaT
('. rOMEGVS, fl-l.t RIII'IIIILICSN RUILDINO.
A. W. IIEHITI01.I', AirORSEY, .MEARS llbllli.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Hit, W. 1
ALLEN, 511 NORTH WASHING IOV
1)11. S. W. L'MORi:l, OFFICE SS'I WASH
Inglon avenue, He-idenec, 1118 Jliilbeiry.
Chioule iIIvmsi', lum:.-, heart, l.lilue'.vs and
Kinltn-iiiliury oigaiu u upccljli). Hours, 1 to
4 p. m.
SCIlt)Oiror"TTlirL'KAWAN-ArM II WI'OS",
P.i, Coiiim) piepaiiiliny to fnlleur. Ijvv, medi
eine or bjtlucM. Open- sepl, l:!lh. Send for
tatalotsue. Rev. TIioiim M I'jiin, Lb. I).. p.lii
ilp.il and piopilcloi; W, E. I'lumley, A, .M.,
(I. It, CI. VIII' CO.. SEEDSMEN' AND NURS
riv nun, tie '.HI t,ihlni.'tiiii aveiuin; mini
bullies, l'1'1' Nuilh .MjIii JVlliueJ ntuie tele
joi:pii unrnEL, iii:.ir.iu i.ciwas-v
uvinue, N union, Pa,, nunufjeluiei of U'lic
St. 1 1 en.
IIAUEK'S ORCllEsTIIA-JirSIC '() II '..s,
liicnli, PJitln. ii'iiptloiu, weddlnvs and eon.
ceit woik fuinUlu'd. Fur tenns addiess It. ..
Uauvr, eonductoi, 117 Wjoiulng avenue, uvci
liulberl'a mueiu ttoie.
UFGAROEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. EN.
velopes, paper bag4, twine. , Wdiehoiue, 130
Wjthlngton avenue, Scuntun, l'a.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Schedule in Effect May 27, 1900.
n Jn"MS lcnve Senntont
u.40 n, in weeit dftyg( for gunbury,
Hnrrlsbure-. Philadelphia, BMtU
more, Washington and for Pitta-
bure: nd tho West.
0.38 n. m., week days, for Haxleton,
Pottsvllle, Beading, Norrlstown,
find Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Hnrrisbiug, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pltts
urg nnd the West.
2.18 p. m., weeJi dftyg( (gundaya
1.58 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harrls
urg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
tho WeBt. For Hazleton, Pott"-
a nv ' Rending, &c, week dayri.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbur
Hnzleton, Pottsvllle, Hnrrisbur
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.1. It. WOOD. Con. Pass. At.
. n. iiurciUNSON. am. mt,
Delaware Lackawanna and Western,
In KlTect .Tunc 10. 1000.
o .01'!ll--Lcave Rcrniitnn for New York at 1.45.
3.1)0, CJO, S.eW and in.0,r a. in., 12.53, :i.33 and
S.lu p. m. For Philadelphia nt 6.40, 8.00 and
JO.Oo n. rn.t 12.B5 nnd 3.3:1 p. m. For atrouds
buri; at 0.10 p. m. .Milk and accommodation at
?"i?p' '" Ar."be nt llobuken at 6.85, 7,18.
10.LI a. nt,: 12.6s, i!.47, 4.,", 7.19 and 0.43 p. in.
Ariive at Philadelphia nt 10.00 . m.: l.Ofl, J.48.
i? "."'A8'22 P- w. Arrive from New York at
and 11.30 p. m. From Htroudsburg at 8.00 , W.
,:s,"1r,h Leave Scianlon for Dilffato and inter
mediate stations nt 1.10, 4.10 and 8.S0 . m.J
i.Oj, 6. 43 and It.SO i, m. Tor Onweiro and Syta
;"' at 4.10 a. ni. and 1.65 p. m. For Utlct, t
'ro a. m. and l.cj p. m. For Montroee at 8.H)
. '". ,h' !' " and B.4S p. m. For Klchol;
Imi UM,0 nml "" P- " V" Blnghamton. 10.58
.? i V,,?0 ' '" Arrive In Scranton from Buffalo
n '',. S-M, S.33 and 10.00 a. m.; 3.80 and S.00
Vi ! Vorn Osvvcko and Syracuse at 2.65 a. m,:
!"i' ""! 8'00 P- m. From Utlca at 2.6ri a., rn.t
m !.n.",L3"''0 P. ni. From Kicuolion at 8.60 .
inii"" "uu P- n
From Montrose at 7.65 and
u,n ii. m.
heri;n7 "! Arrive at Hcranton rrom norcnuni
.ill a - ... . ' . . -.
. k.sj a. m.t iz.ua, .bo una b. n
Pl'vinnnt'10m1 Kai"cnkc at 11.00 t- m. . rron
1 'Jlr"itli at 7.50 a. ni,, 3.20, 8.35 and 11.10 p. M
!... , SUNDAY TRAINS,
m - ,rr,ve Scranton 1.40, 3.00, 9.40, IftOJ .
VrJ;?3' 3-40 and 8.10 p. m.
G.48 and HaVe Scranton ' 1'10' -M ,n'' tS
DI00msS,lr'" DiviTion-tciva Bcranton at VMH
m, and s.so p. ni.
Delaware and Hudsos.
, , In Effect June 13th, 1900.
Trami for Carbondale Ieac Scranton M MO,
..68, 8.M. 10.18 a. m.J 12.00, 1.23, 2.20. 9.83, B.4S,
(i.55, 7.67, 0.15, 11.10 p. m.t 1.18 . .
For Honesdate and taka Lodore 8.20, 10.11
m. J 2.20 nnd 5.25 p. m.
For WiIkcsBarrc-8.45, 7.48, 8.49, aS, 19.13 f.
) ' 1'28' "1S a,W' 7 7M' U '
For rl v.' B. R. point3-8.4S m. 1109, M
3.31 and 11.30 p. tn.
For Pennsylvania It. B. point-., ff.St .
m.t 2.13 and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all point tiorth-O.tO a
and 3.52 p. m.
For Carbondale 7.20, 0.00, 11.33 . CM tt
u.u&, v.,, 1V.O& p. m.
. For Wilkes-Barre-9.33 a. m.J 12.03, 1.B3, S.UL
4.42. 6.27, 8.27 p. tn.
For Albany and points north S.82 p. 0.
For Honeidale and Lake Lodore 9,00, 11.33 a,
m. nnd 3.62 p. m.
Lowest rates to all points In United State an!
.1. W. DURDICK. O. P. A., Albany, N. Y,
H. W. CROSS, I). P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh. Valley Railroad.
In r.ffect May 27, 1900.
Trains Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via P. & II,
R. It., at 0.45 a. m. and 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Blac'c
Diamond Express), and 11. SO p. m. Stmdavs, D,
5c II. II. It.. 1.53, 7.48 p. m.
For White Haven, Hazleton and principal
pointi in the coat regions, via D. k II. R. R.,
0.45, 2.13 and 4.27 p. tn. For Pottsville, 0.45,
2.18 p. in.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Reading;, Hnrrlsbmff
and principal intermediate stations via D. & II.
R R., 0.45 a. m.J 12.0J, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dla
mond Express), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. & It.
If. R., l.CS, 7.48 p. m.
For Tunkbannock, Tovvanda Elmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal Intermediate stations, via
D, I,, k W. R. II., 8.03 a. in.; 1.05 and S.35
Tor Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all points west, via D. & 11. II. R.,
12.0!, 3.3.1 (Black Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. in. Sundays, D. & II. R. It., 12.03 p.
ni. : 7.43 p. in.
Pullman parlor anel sleeping or Leblah Valley
pailor cars on all trains between Wllkra-Barre
and New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
ROLLIN II. WILBUR, Con. Supt., S8 Cortland
street. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., 28 Cortland
street. New York.
A. W. NONNEJIACIIER, DIv. Pass. Afjt., South,.
Tor tickets and Pullman reservations apply 309
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations in New York Foot of Liberty street,
N. R and South Ferry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 29. 1000.
Traini leave Scranton for New Yort, Newark,
r-u-,.,i,n, ihlladelnhla. Easton. Bethlehem. Al-
denlown, Mauch Chunk and White Haven, at 8.39
a. in.; express, 1.20; express, 4.00 p. in. Sun.
davs, 2.15 p. m.
For Plttston and Wilkes-Bane, 8.30 a, m. 1.20
and J.OO p. in. Sundays. 2.15 p. m.
For Mountain Park, 8.80 a. tn., 1.C0 and 4.00
p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
Tor Baltimore and ashlnjjton, and polnU
South and West via Bethlehem, 8.30 a, m., 1.20
p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc., at 8.30
a, in. and 1.20 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harr'sburg, via Al
lentovvn, 8.30 a. m. and 1,20 p. m. Sunday,
2.15 p. in.
For Pottsvllle, 8.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m.
Through tickets to all points east, "south and
west at lowest rated at the station.
.1. 11. OIILHAITSKX. Gen. Supt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen. Pass. Agt.
New York,Ontailo and Western B.R.
TIME TABLE IN' EITECT SUNDAY, JUNE 24,
Noitli Hound Trains.
10.10 a. in. 11,20 a. m.
:ll'i n. in. 4.32 1). 111.
1.05 d. m.
6.45 p, m.
0.00 p. m. Al rive Carbondale, 0.40 p. m.
South Bound Trains.
7.0(1 a, in.
.10 a. m, 10.03 a. m.
2.05 p. in. 3,31 p. in,
r nn a. m. 0.10 a. tn.
7.40 a, in.
10.45 ; lit."
4.20 p. m.
10,45 a. m.
7,00 p. m.Arrlie Carbondale, 7,45 p. m,
roueii iioiiiiu. .
Cadosia. Caibond.ile, Scranton.
i.uii a. m. T.40a,m.
w "".'." 1.30 p.m. '.51 p. in. 6.35 p.m.
" 'li.i'lii No. 201 makes i ounce Hon for points
Vnltll and M"'UWI on ilinu i.uif, in t yintiu,
' Tialns Nn. 201 uud 201 puko Main Line con
nee lions on Sunday,
t'.ir finlher Infoim.itlon, roinnlt thket agents.
1 (i WDERMIN. Gen. P.i--'. Agt New York,
V I'- WEI.""" Tiavellng Pawnsser Agent, s-cian.
Erie and Wyomln(r Valley
Time Table In EITi'it '"iptenilier 17, 1000.
Trains for llawley and local pulnls. tonuret.
In; at llawlev with Kilo rallload for Nevv York,
NVwbuiah and Inleiinediale pulnls, leave Scran
ton at 7.0."i a ni, ami 2,2i i. in.
Trains airive at Scranton at 10 80 u. in. ami
0.10 p, m.
Tin: wibivEsinniti: iii:roin can he had
in Sciauuui at the news ktaud uf ReUmin
II in.. IU.'i Spiueo and .'01 Linden; M, Norton;
iiii Laek.iwaiuia avenue; I, S. Shulter, 211
MRS. L. T. KELLER, SCM.P TIIEATSIENT. 60e.t
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